Nikon has introduced its new entry-level D-SLR, with the Nikon D3200 officially unveiled ahead of an upcoming may UK release date. following the success of the D3100, Nikon has returned with the aptly named D3200 model, offering enhanced HD video, an updated Guide Mode function and powerful EXPEED 3 processor. though aimed at the entry-level market, the D3200's superior image and video quality, alongside its bevy of intuitive features, make it a tempting camera for expert and novice snappers alike. Nikon D3200 Specs Packing a 24.3-megapixel sensor the Nikon D3200 delivers incredibly sharp images, with its ISO 100-6400 keeping snaps looking sharp in low light. with shooting modes up to four frames per second ensuring the D3200 is more than capable of capturing those fast moving objects, an 11-point autofocus system means captured images never get those tarnishing smeared edges. Guide Mode, as featured in the previous D3000 and D3100 D-SLRs, makes a welcome return, giving novice users a step-by-step guide to the more creative options available. Added to this, the handy Assist Image function helps identify the shot you want to take, using helpful visual examples. Release Date and Price the D3200 will hit UK shelves mid may, with the body-only version selling at £559.99. If you want the 18-55mm Vibration Reduction lens included, it will cost you a slightly heftier £649.99. Will the Nikon D3200 finally tempt you into the entry level, or are you looking for something with a bit more bite? let us know via the T3 Twitter and Facebook feeds.